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The Crossing

Label: CBS
Released: 2010

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Major Music Programming at 2010 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival Includes Special Performance by Pianist Vijay Iyer

The 2010 Philadelphia Live Arts Festival will feature its first large-scale music programming this year with three major musical presentations. Jazz composer and pianist Vijay Iyer whose acclaimed album Historicity topped 2009 critics' lists, will offer a special performance at Eastern State Penitentiary on Saturday, September 11 where he will play within the art installation Release, ...

The Crossing

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: The Crossing; Day after Day; Mariel; All My Love;

The Crossing

Label: Caber Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Piano Player; Careful Man; Woman in Love; Broadway Rose; Me and the Blues Again; The Dream; Medley: This Love of Mine/Nancy; Easy Money; Hey Mister; Fool; It Should Have Been Me; The Water Is Wide

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Dave Brubeck Quartet: The Crossing

Read "The Crossing" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Dave Brubeck's newest album is titled The Crossing. Whether there is some deep allegorical meaning here is unclear. God knows, at this stage of this man's career he needs neither metaphors nor affirmation. Having performed in each of the last seven decades, Brubeck has passed the greatest and sternest test of all, time. He's here with ...

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Tam White & Brian Kellock: The Crossing

Read "The Crossing" reviewed by Dave Nathan

Scottish-based Caber Music assumes that the listener will somehow divine who is singing and who is the pianist on this two-performer session. Nowhere in the liner notes is this rather basic information revealed. Fortunately their web site tells us it's Tam White who's singing and Brian Kellock on piano. Jazz blues singer White has been part ...

The Crossing

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Released: 2000

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Tom Taylor: The Crossing

Read "The Crossing" reviewed by Ed Kopp

Summit Records recently re-released Tom Taylor's 1986 CD The Crossing, a sophisticated fusion effort that should please fans of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, Jean Luc Ponty and the Pat Metheny Group.Taylor is a guitarist and composer who blends classical styles with jazz and hints of bluegrass. Many similar attempts at fusing jazz with ...

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Tom Taylor: The Crossing

Read "The Crossing" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Asked what kind of music he writes, composer / guitarist Taylor replies, “Tom Taylor music.” He does have a keen ear for a charming melody, that’s for sure. Jazz, strictly speaking, it ain’t (although some parts might qualify); interesting, it definitely is. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to Taylor’s eccentric compositions, which blend elements of Jazz, rock, ...


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